Waters, others push anti-war message in Iowa

Kaplan, Jonathan E.
June 2007
Hill;6/21/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 75, p8
The article discusses the anti-war messages to be deliver by three leading liberal Democrats namely Maxine Waters, Barbara Lee and Lynn Woolsey concerning on how to end the war in Iraq during an event in Iowa. The event has bee sponsored by Iowans for Sensible Priorities (ISP) whose goal were to redirect 15 percent of the military budget to non-defense spending which were originally projecting of Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities (BLSP). Moreover, BLSP was founded by Ben Cohen.


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